Do you know what you can do instead of living like this?

Take a week’s break from whatever you are doing and

  • Think about yourself
  • Introspect and understand what you are
  • What you want in your life
  • How you want to live it

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The Escapist Mentality

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The answer is simple, either you are not liking what you are doing or what you are doing is not for you. Due to this you “Procrastinate” or you try to “Escape” from reality.

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